Ottawa motorcyclist, Aaron Peterkin has passed away. Aaron Peterkin was reported to have died in a motorcycle accident few days ago. Aaron Peterkin lives in Toronto but he hails from Ottawa, Ontario. He died at the age of 30.
Aaron’s friend in a lengthy post penned down his tribute, recalling how they met in 2019.
“Rest in Heaven Aaron Peterkin you was such a happy man!! You enjoyed life as it was and lived IN the moment. You were always full of life and spread positive energy wherever you went. You were the life of any party. To honor your life we should all emulate the happiness and joy you shared with us all. Although we didn’t share many memories together you still managed to leave your mark on me.
The last time I saw you was at my bachelor party last year 2019 in downtown Toronto. You had your motorcycle helmet and we stayed and chilled for about 15-20 minutes just talking about life and how this new trucking job you got really gave you the perfect worklife balance which gave you more time to do what you loved doing best riding your motorcycle! that infectious smile of yours has always been a part of you.
The many lives you’ve touched truly displayed your character as a genuine individual! With everything going on in the world right now this is so heartbreaking Rest in heaven my brother! My deepest condolences to the family ya’ll raised a wonderful beautiful soul it is a gift that we had the opportunity and the honor of knowing him!”
A Facebook user, Ramajuley Shaykeen who was shocked on hearing the sudden demise of Aaron described him as a fantastic person.
“I can’t believe that he is gone and I am still shocked by this young man and friend of mine who is a family great guy who everyone loves aaron peterkin passed away age of 30. He was fantastic person that I met him since high school we all had great memories of his jokes and sweet Smiles. RIP in peace . My friend aaron peterkin we love you and missed you dear Aaron I will never forget you” she said.
Jessa Thomson wrote “I lost my best friend today, we met and never stopped being in each other’s lives. 3 weeks ago you were on my couch telling me I’ve gained weight so I made you massage my feet for making me feel bad. But that was us, we were so in each other’s business. it was our thing. To know I cannot see your face and laugh so hard until we’re crying makes me cry. So many things we have shared together that are so special, you knew me like no one else.
RIP Aaron Peterkin, I love you dearly”